In Pictures - Scotswoman of the Year Awards

Erin McNeill crowned the 50th Scotwoman of the Year and Olympic gold medalist Katherine Grainger receives the Editors Award. Pictures Martin Shields and Mark Gibson

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  • Winners Erin McNeill and Katherine Grainger Pictures Mark Gibson
    The winner Erin McNeill with her trophy. Picture Mark Gibson
  • Former winners of the Scotswoman of the Year award with Evening Times editor Tony Carlin. Picture Mark Gibson
  • Lord Provost Sadie Docherty(left) with former SWOTY Dr Mary Hepburn. Picture Martin Shields
  • Guest at the event including Evening Times columnist Michelle McManus (left). Picture Martin Shields
  • Winner Erin McNeill is overcome with emotion at her win. Picture Martin Shields
  • Scotswoman of the Year 2012 winner Erin McNeill with Susan Nicol from St Enoch ,Evening Times editor Tony Carlin and presenter Cathy MacDonald. Picture Mark Gibson
  • The winner Erin McNeill with her trophy. Picture Mark Gibson
  • Winner Erin McNeill and nominees l to r Lisa Stephenson , Erin, Kathleen Grainger , Isabel McCue , Shiela McLean (representing Blanche Nicolson) and Julie Love. Picture Mark Gibson
  • Evening Times Editor Tony Carlin with Katherine Grainger who won the Editor's award. Picture Mark Gibson
  • Winners Katherine Grainger (left) and Erin McNeill with Katherine's gold medal from the London 2012 Olympics. Picture Mark Gibson

IT WAS a golden moment as the 50th – and youngest – Evening Times Scotswoman Of The Year was crowned

Erin McNeill, 22, gasped in shock when her name was announced and promptly burst into tears.

She had survived a horrific fire and horrendous burns and now works tirelessly for the British Red Cross

As the 250-strong audience of women from all walks of life and from across Scotland rose to their feet in her honour, Erin walked to the stage to collect her trophy from Evening Times’ editor Tony Carlin and Susan Nicol, general manager of event sponsor St Enoch Centre

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